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Drug treatment systems in an international perspective : drugs, demons, and delinquents, editors Harald Klingemann, Geoffrey Hunt

Label
Drug treatment systems in an international perspective : drugs, demons, and delinquents
Title
Drug treatment systems in an international perspective
Title remainder
drugs, demons, and delinquents
Statement of responsibility
editors Harald Klingemann, Geoffrey Hunt
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The first volume to provide access to information on drug treatment systems from a wide cross-section of 20 countries, Drug Treatment Systems in an International Perspective examines the ways in which other countries from around the world have chosen to cope with the spread of illicit drugs. Now health planners and administrators, treatment professionals, researchers, and students can place the development of their own treatment systems in a wider context and can examine the extent to which that development shares common structural features with those of other countries and cultures. Following a comparative discussion of the various countries, the volume addresses three key issues: financing and managing drug treatment, gender issues, and the relationship between alcohol and drug treatment
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no index present
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non fiction
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  • 1948-
  • 1947-
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  • Klingemann, Harald
  • Hunt, Geoffrey
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  • Drug abuse
  • Drug abuse
  • Narcotic addicts
  • Narcotics, Control of
Label
Drug treatment systems in an international perspective : drugs, demons, and delinquents, editors Harald Klingemann, Geoffrey Hunt
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part 1 Drug prohibition and the abstinence paradigm -- Chap. 1 The drug treatment system in the United States : a panacea for the drug war / Geoffrey Hunt and Anna Xiao Dong Sun -- Chap. 2 The treatment of drug-related problems in Canada : controlling caring and curing / Alan C. Ogborne [and others] -- Chap. 3 Expansion and implosion : the story of drug treatment in Sweden / Anders Bergmark -- Chap. 4 Finland : drug treatment at the margins / Aarne Kinnunen and Juhani Lehto -- Chap. 5 Comment on part 1 : Thunder and silence indrug treatment : four nations in moral concert / Judith C. Barker -- Part 2 The experimental countries -- Chap. 6 The English drug treatment system : experimentation or pragmatism / Susanne MacGregor and Lynne Smith -- Chap. 7 Integrating care cure and control : the drug treatment system in the Netherlands / Jack T.M. Derks [and others] -- Chap. 8 Harm reduction and abstinence : Swiss drug policy at a time of transition / Harald Klingemann -- Chap. 9 Comment on part 2 : tailoring drug treatment to changing times / Gabriele Bammer
  • Part 3 Social change and drug treatment in Central Europe and Russia -- Chap. 10 The drug treatment system in Russia : past and present, problems and prospects / Yakov Gilinskiy and Vladimir Zobnev -- Chap. 11 Theapeutic communities as a major response to drug abuse in Poland / Grazyna Swiatkiewicz [and others] -- Chap. 12 Drug users as scapegoats in Hungary / Zsuzsanna Elekes [and others] -- Chap. 13 Comment on part 3 : From ideology to social reality : drug use in postcommunist society -- Part 4 From moral crudades to cost-efficient pragmatism -- Chap. 14 Illicit drugs in Germany and the emergence of the modern drug treatment system / Irmgard Vogt and Martin Schmid -- Chap. 15 The development of drug treatment in the shadow of the narcotic law : the case of Austria / Irmgard Eisenbach-Stangl and Wilhelm Burian -- Chapter 16 Comment on Part 4: German Rechthaberei and Its Contribution to a Modern Drug Abuse Treatment System / Gerhard Buhringer
  • Part 5 The Latin American Connection -- Chap. 17 Drug Consumption and Drug Treatment in a Drug-Producing Country: Colombia Between Myth and Reality-A View From the Inside / Augusto Perez-Gomez -- Chap. 18 Who Is To Blame? The Discovery of Domestic Drug Problems and the Quest for Recognition of Therapeutic Communities in Peru / Antonio Lara-Ponce -- Chap. 19 Comment on Part 5: Drug Policies and Tradition: Implications for the Care of Addictive Disorders in Two Andean Countries / Enrique Madrigal -- Part 6 Wine and Illicit Drugs -- Chap. 20 A System at Its Starting Blocks: Drug Treatment in France / Philippe Mosse -- Chap. 21 The Spread of AIDS and Drug Treatment in Spain / Juan-Luis Recio Adrados -- Chap. 22 Building a Drug Treatment System in Postrevolutionary Portugal / Jose Manuel Gaspar de Almeida and Rose Encarnacao -- Chap. 23 Legal Changes, Political Pressure, and Drug Treatment in Italy: From a Hard-Line Approach to Decriminalization / Luigi M. Solivetti -- Chap. 24 Comment on Part 6: Dionysus Is Back / Kaj Noschis
  • Part 7: Economic Revolution and Cultural Transformation in the Far East -- Chap. 25 Societal Control and the Model of Legal Drug Treatment: A Japanese Success Story? / Kyohei Konuma, Shinji Shimizu, and Takeshi Koyanagi -- Chap. 26 Drug Treatment and Public Security in the People's Republic of China / Wang Zhenguam, Gerald Beroud, Cheng Maojin, and Chen Shirong -- Chap. 27 Comment on Part 7: From the Opium Wars to Strict Drug Policies in East Asia / Michael S. Vaughn -- Part 8: Gender, Finance, and System Integration: Findings From 20 Countries -- Chap. 28 Equal Access With Optimum Costs: Issues of Financing and Managing Drug Treatment / Juhani Lehto -- Chap. 29 Gender and Drug Treatment Systems / Irmgard Vogt -- Chap. 30 The Relationship Between Alcohol and Drug Treatment Systems / Anders Bergmark
Control code
DCLC9819733-B
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xix, 340 p.
Isbn
9780761905431
Lccn
98019733
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Drug treatment systems in an international perspective : drugs, demons, and delinquents, editors Harald Klingemann, Geoffrey Hunt
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Part 1 Drug prohibition and the abstinence paradigm -- Chap. 1 The drug treatment system in the United States : a panacea for the drug war / Geoffrey Hunt and Anna Xiao Dong Sun -- Chap. 2 The treatment of drug-related problems in Canada : controlling caring and curing / Alan C. Ogborne [and others] -- Chap. 3 Expansion and implosion : the story of drug treatment in Sweden / Anders Bergmark -- Chap. 4 Finland : drug treatment at the margins / Aarne Kinnunen and Juhani Lehto -- Chap. 5 Comment on part 1 : Thunder and silence indrug treatment : four nations in moral concert / Judith C. Barker -- Part 2 The experimental countries -- Chap. 6 The English drug treatment system : experimentation or pragmatism / Susanne MacGregor and Lynne Smith -- Chap. 7 Integrating care cure and control : the drug treatment system in the Netherlands / Jack T.M. Derks [and others] -- Chap. 8 Harm reduction and abstinence : Swiss drug policy at a time of transition / Harald Klingemann -- Chap. 9 Comment on part 2 : tailoring drug treatment to changing times / Gabriele Bammer
  • Part 3 Social change and drug treatment in Central Europe and Russia -- Chap. 10 The drug treatment system in Russia : past and present, problems and prospects / Yakov Gilinskiy and Vladimir Zobnev -- Chap. 11 Theapeutic communities as a major response to drug abuse in Poland / Grazyna Swiatkiewicz [and others] -- Chap. 12 Drug users as scapegoats in Hungary / Zsuzsanna Elekes [and others] -- Chap. 13 Comment on part 3 : From ideology to social reality : drug use in postcommunist society -- Part 4 From moral crudades to cost-efficient pragmatism -- Chap. 14 Illicit drugs in Germany and the emergence of the modern drug treatment system / Irmgard Vogt and Martin Schmid -- Chap. 15 The development of drug treatment in the shadow of the narcotic law : the case of Austria / Irmgard Eisenbach-Stangl and Wilhelm Burian -- Chapter 16 Comment on Part 4: German Rechthaberei and Its Contribution to a Modern Drug Abuse Treatment System / Gerhard Buhringer
  • Part 5 The Latin American Connection -- Chap. 17 Drug Consumption and Drug Treatment in a Drug-Producing Country: Colombia Between Myth and Reality-A View From the Inside / Augusto Perez-Gomez -- Chap. 18 Who Is To Blame? The Discovery of Domestic Drug Problems and the Quest for Recognition of Therapeutic Communities in Peru / Antonio Lara-Ponce -- Chap. 19 Comment on Part 5: Drug Policies and Tradition: Implications for the Care of Addictive Disorders in Two Andean Countries / Enrique Madrigal -- Part 6 Wine and Illicit Drugs -- Chap. 20 A System at Its Starting Blocks: Drug Treatment in France / Philippe Mosse -- Chap. 21 The Spread of AIDS and Drug Treatment in Spain / Juan-Luis Recio Adrados -- Chap. 22 Building a Drug Treatment System in Postrevolutionary Portugal / Jose Manuel Gaspar de Almeida and Rose Encarnacao -- Chap. 23 Legal Changes, Political Pressure, and Drug Treatment in Italy: From a Hard-Line Approach to Decriminalization / Luigi M. Solivetti -- Chap. 24 Comment on Part 6: Dionysus Is Back / Kaj Noschis
  • Part 7: Economic Revolution and Cultural Transformation in the Far East -- Chap. 25 Societal Control and the Model of Legal Drug Treatment: A Japanese Success Story? / Kyohei Konuma, Shinji Shimizu, and Takeshi Koyanagi -- Chap. 26 Drug Treatment and Public Security in the People's Republic of China / Wang Zhenguam, Gerald Beroud, Cheng Maojin, and Chen Shirong -- Chap. 27 Comment on Part 7: From the Opium Wars to Strict Drug Policies in East Asia / Michael S. Vaughn -- Part 8: Gender, Finance, and System Integration: Findings From 20 Countries -- Chap. 28 Equal Access With Optimum Costs: Issues of Financing and Managing Drug Treatment / Juhani Lehto -- Chap. 29 Gender and Drug Treatment Systems / Irmgard Vogt -- Chap. 30 The Relationship Between Alcohol and Drug Treatment Systems / Anders Bergmark
Control code
DCLC9819733-B
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xix, 340 p.
Isbn
9780761905431
Lccn
98019733
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.

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